Winning Ways of Women Coaches epub
At this time, our website is unable to accommodate tax-exempt orders.
For credit card security, do not include credit card information in email.
First time orders from US Business/Institutional accounts with a tax-exempt certificate must be emailed to email@example.com or faxed to 217-351-1549. Include a copy of your sales tax-exempt certificate.
Repeat orders may be placed by phone at 1-800-747-5698 or 217-351-5076.
Winning Ways of Women Coaches reflects this new era. Some of the most exceptional women coaches in the world have contributed to this groundbreaking book, each examining a different coaching topic from her unique viewpoint. Representing 15 different sports—including professional football and baseball—and earning more than 50 national championships and dozens of world and Olympic titles, these coaching pioneers provide the acumen and inspiration to succeed in the coaching profession:
- Lonni Alameda
- Rachel Balkovec
- Becky Burleigh
- Denise Corlett
- Melody Davidson
- Kelly Inouye-Perez
- Roselee Jencke
- Valorie Kondos Field
- Melissa Luellen
- Teri McKeever
- Missy Meharg
- Felecia Mulkey
- Carla Nicholls
- Carol Owens
- Carolyn Peck
- Ellen Randell
- Nancy Stevens
- Tara VanDerveer
- Amber Warners
- Jen Welter
Whether you’re searching for proven coaching techniques, creative new approaches, or sage troubleshooting advice, Winning Ways of Women Coaches will prove to be your most valuable resource. After reading this book, you’ll discover that it’s your ability to instruct, develop, and care for your athletes—not just your knowledge of Xs and Os—that will propel your career and separate you from the rest.
Showcasing women coaches who have reached the top of their profession and embodying the idea of “If she can see it, she can be it,” Winning Ways of Women Coaches will reinvigorate current coaches and inspire would-be coaches to make the leap into coaching.
AudienceAspiring and current women sport coaches.
Chapter 1. Checking Your Coaching Competencies
Valorie Kondos Field
Chapter 2. Getting a Coaching Position, Growing as a Coach
Chapter 3. Changing Coaching Roles, Advancing Your Career
Chapter 4. Thriving as an Assistant Coach
Chapter 5. Coaching and Raising a Family
Chapter 6. Managing Yourself
Part II. Program Development and Management
Chapter 7. Working With Administrators
Chapter 8. Building and Sustaining a Winning Program
Chapter 9. Establishing a High-Performance Culture
Chapter 10. Developing and Implementing a Strategy
Chapter 11. Recruiting, Organizing, and Mentoring a Staff
Chapter 12. Planning, Scheduling, and Delegating
Chapter 13. Selling Your Program
Part III. Athlete Engagement and Growth
Chapter 14. Recruiting Athletes to Your Program
Chapter 15. Defining and Adjusting Athletes’ Roles
Chapter 16. Leading Effectively and Coaching People Up
Chapter 17. Taking an Athlete-Centered Approach
Chapter 18. Strengthening Coach–Athlete Relationships
Chapter 19. Growing Athletes Holistically
Chapter 20. Keeping It Fun While Instilling the Values
Coaching and reinforcing team culture
Determining roles on a team for maximum impact
How do you get an assistant coaching position?